To enable or disable the toolbar functionality, use the context menu in the taskbar.
- Right-click the taskbar, and select Toolbars in the pop-up menu. From here you can select one of the built-in toolbars, or create a custom one based on links in a folder.
- Below is a list of the built-in toolbars:
- Address: Use this toolbar to open up URLs, or run commands (such as CMD.EXE) from the taskbar. Works similar to the Run... command (WinKey + R).
- Links: Provides quick access to the Internet Explorer Favorites (e.g. bookmarks).
- Touch keyboard: Provides access to the Windows on-screen keyboard.
- Desktop: Provides quick access to shortcuts, folders and files on the desktop.
To create a custom toolbar:
- Right-click the taskbar, and select Toolbars > New toolbar... in the pop-up menu.
- When the file dialog appears, select a folder that contains shortcuts, documents, applications, or even other folders that you want to access via this feature.
- Press the Select Folder button.